According to a report from the Kurdistan Human Rights Association, on Saturday 22 July 2017, two prisoners with the identity of “Iraj Qobadi” from Kuhdasht and “Kavous Maleki” from Aligudarz in Parsilon Prison Khorramabad of east Kurdistan were executed.
Quoting news,the two detainees were both accused of carrying and keeping narcotics in one case, and were sentenced to death.
The Kurdistan Human Rights Association reported on Thursday 20 July 2017,that the two prisons has been transferred to solitary confinement.
It should be noted that the wave of increasing executions has started at a time when the Islamic Republic of Iran’s parliament is aiming at reducing the use of the death penalty to review the amendment to the law on counter narcotics and the judiciary until the adoption of this law has increased the speed executions.
The Islamic Republic’s government has recently presented a plan to parliament that would make it easier for consumers to access drugs,and by adopting this scheme, the profits from drug trafficking have gone to the state fund, and with this plan, they are encouraging young people to use these devastating materials.
Kurdistan Human Rights Association